Clive Maund

Articles by Clive Maund

In this update we are only going to look at one chart, because I don’t want to dilute its impact by including anything else. There are many other charts supportive of a positive outlook for the Precious Metals sector going forward, which...
When you attend the funeral of a dearly departed friend or relative, it is appropriate to show due respect by wearing black. Similarly, in this update on the Tech Sector, which will very soon be on its deathbed, it is appropriate that we...
In this update on the broad market S&P500 index, we are going to look at no less than five charts, covering different timeframes. The reason for this is that there are different points to make on each of these charts.
Gold cracked support and plunged to new lows since the last update, which came as no surprise to us. So what now? We are seeing signs that a recovery rally is about to begin, but it probably won’t get all that far before a new down-leg...
We are believed to be on the verge of another deflationary down-wave, similar to or more severe than the one which drove the dollar spike – and commodity slump – between July of last year and March, and caused by an intensification of the...
The situation is paradoxical – the charts of just about everything are positioned for a plunge – or a turnaround and limited recovery, which reflects the fact that markets are waiting on some sort of resolution of the standoff with Greece...
It’s a shame more Chinese investors didn’t get to read our timely warning of an impending mega-smash in the Chinese stockmarket – it would have been worth the cost of a subscription TO AVOID LOSING THEIR LIFE’S SAVINGS.
Gold has not even been able to muster a rally on the Greek crisis, which is a bad sign, especially as the dollar looks like it is preparing to break out upside from a large consolidation pattern. On its 8-year chart we can see that gold is...
What was predicted for China has started to happen with the dramatic failure of its parabolic uptrend just over a week ago leading to a plunge. The update China Crash was posted when all indicators were at “nosebleed” levels late in April...
DEFLATION RULES... because periodic recessions, necessary to rebalance the economy after periods of growth, cannot be put off forever by the short-term expedient of printing money. The result of such corrupt and evasive practices is that...

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The California Gold Rush began on January 24, 1848 when gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma.